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21 July 2017

CARR. — On 15 July, the Very Revd Dr Arthur Wesley Carr: Tutor of Ridley Hall, Cambridge (1970-71); Chaplain (1971-72); Research Fel­low of Sheffield University, and Hon. Assistant Curate of Ranmoor (1972-74); Chaplain of Chelmsford Cathedral (1974-78); Deputy Dir­ector of the Cathedral Centre for Research and Training (1974-82); Chelmsford Diocesan Director of Training (1975-84); Canon Resid­entiary of Chelmsford Cathedral (1978-87); Dean of Bristol (1987-97); Westminster (1997-2006); aged 75.

FOSKETT. — On 6 July: the Revd John Herbert Foskett: Vicar of St John the Evangelist, Kingston upon Thames (1970-76); Chaplain of Bethlem Royal Hospital, Becken­ham, and of Maudsley Hospital, Den­­mark Hill (1976-94); Hon. Canon of Southwark Cathedral (1988-94); aged 78.

MASTERS. — On 14 July, the Revd Stephen Michael Masters: Assistant Curate of St Mary and St George, Hornsey (1990-91); Chaplain to the Bishop of Chichester (1991-96); Vicar of St Michael and All Angels, Brighton (1996-99); Chaplain to the Area Bishop of Lewes and Assistant Curate of St Andrew’s, Eastbourne (2000-01); Priest-in-Charge of St Anne’s, Alderney (2001-03); Vicar (2003-16); aged 65.

PERRY. — On 20 June, the Ven. John Neville Perry: Vicar of St Peter’s, de Beauvoir Square, West Hackney (1950-63); Feltham (1963-75); Rural Dean of Hounslow (1967-75); Archdeacon of Middlesex (1975-82); Rector of Orlestone with Snave and Ruckinge with Ware­horne (1982-86); aged 97.

WESTNEY. — On 7 July, the Revd Michael Edward William Westney: Assistant Curate of Banbury, in charge of St Hugh’s, Easington (1968-71); Team Vicar in the Trunch Team Ministry (1971-78); Vicar of St Matthew’s, Reading (1978-83); Team Vicar in the West Slough Team Ministry (1983-88); Team Rector (1988-94); aged 88.

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